The insurance industry hates you.
So sorry to break the news to you, but it’s true.
I’m not talking about the good people who work for the insurance companies, and are trying to make an honest living.
I’m talking about the corporate structure, and the ones who direct policy.
The ones who ultimately determine how much the insurance company is willing to pay injury victims.
These days, the big shots have even turned on its own employees.
In tough times it even hates its own people, so where do you think you stand?
You’re a number, and to it, it’s all about mathematics and a cost/benefit economic analysis.
To the injury victim, it’s a matter of survival and life.
If you are an injury victim and looking for your lawful right to compensation, the insurance company considers you the enemy, a problem, and it could not care in the least about your troubles or difficulties.
Don’t trust it for a second!
You can’t deal with it unless you know what you are doing.
It hires very skilled adjusters to look after its interests. It’s goal always and everywhere is the same— to pay you as little as possible.
It answers to its stock-holders. It’s a business, plain and simple. It has nothing to do with ethics or doing the right thing.
It’s god is profit and the more the merrier.
I understand the game and have no problem with it looking after its own best interests. That’s the way the adversarial system works. We clash and hopefully the resulting product is a form of justice– a dollar figure both sides can live with.
The trouble is that it tries to convince injury victims it is on their side, just trying to be fair. It goes so far as to discourage accident victims they do not need an injury lawyer because doing so will only cut into the ammount received.
That is BS, pure BS.
In almost 30 years I can not think of one injury case I’ve had where I was not able to get far more money for my client than the insurance company was willing to pay before I was hired.
I know its games & how the system works.
I’ve been in the muck and mire with the insurance industry.
Look at the way it treats its very own employees, especially during these tough economic times.
I talk with insurance executives all the time who are getting fired without any notice. They get escorted to the door by the police. They’ve done nothing wrong– only their job.
Their thanks is to get treated as criminals and get thrown out of offices they have toiled at for years unceremoniously.
It’s about the all-mighty dollar.
Now its own employees are the enemy.
So why should you think it will treat you fairly?
It is totally incapable of empathy to people.
If you are not careful, you’ll be the next victim in line unless you have an experienced injury lawyer in your corner.
Just put the right injury lawyer in your corner.
Keep your strength.